Island News

Woodbridge Island Koi Pond

Woodbridge Island Koi Pond

Have heard a bit the beautiful koi pond of Woodbridge Island? Koi ponds can bring much more to your landscape than just their aesthetic appeal. ​ Did… Read More …

Gardens of Woodbridge Island

Living in a sectional title scheme such as Woodbridge Island one is aware of the advantages like good security and freedom from building and garden maintenance. All… Read More …

Pet Friendy Woodbridge Island

Matters of contention in sectional tile schemes often arise around people, parking, and pets. With plenty of parking and a pet friendly policy, the gated community of… Read More …

Saving Water On Woodbridge Island

On Woodbridge Island conservation of water has come under scrutiny, with the body corporate being mindful of our communities water consumption. Capetonians have fast become “water warriors”… Read More …

Island House Price Growth

Woodbridge Island, since inception, has maintained an average 8.55% growth in house price values. Those Woodbridge Island homeowners that bought when the properties came on the market in 1987… Read More …

Woodbridge Island Street Names

The streets of Woodbridge Island are all named after ships that were wrecked or floundered and sunk in Table Bay. Interestingly, there was a British ship of… Read More …

Woodbridge Island Bridge

The new bridge to Woodbridge Island lives up to the standards or the original wooden bridge. Built in 1984 the Woodbridge Island bridge was judged runner-up for… Read More …

The Wooden Bridge

The old Wooden Bridge spanning between Marine Drive and Woodbridge Island, crossing the Diep River estuary, is the only one of its kind in South Africa. Connecting… Read More …

Woodbridge Island Body Corporate

The Woodbridge Island Body Corporate was established to represent the hundreds of property owners in managing and overseeing the operating detail to be sustained over the entire… Read More …

Greater Flamingos

Greater Flamingos return to the wetlands in the inner city of Cape Town towards the end of the Cape winter, where they are often seen squaring off… Read More …